Coolkyoshinja, who created the four-panel manga which inspired the 2014 and 2015 anime I Can’t Understand What My Husband is Saying, launched a new series titled Fukumaden in Akita Shoten’s Monthly RED magazine on May 19th. The story takes place in a world after the Demon King has been defeated by a hero, who gathers a harem of women to pass down his bloodline preempting the Demon’s fated return. But because he chose too many women, there are 100 ladies in waiting, and so they talk amongst each other as they wait their turn to meet the hero.
Coolkyoshinja writes the series under a new alias which is yet to receive a romanised version, and posted a four page preview of the manga on the first chapter’s day of release:
今月からチャンピオンREDで始まったふくまでん ４ｐのショート連載です pic.twitter.com/59gGNK1Uf2
— クール教信者@新都社 (@coolkyou2) May 19, 2016
The two short anime series adapting I Can’t Understand What My Husband is Saying both aired on Crunchyroll as simulcasts. Coolkyoshinja’s Komori-san wa Kotowarenai! (Komori-san Can’t Decline) manga also inspired an anime which simultaneously streamed on Crunchyroll last year.